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We found 21 restaurants in London's most romantic restaurants.
This adorably pretty, 50-year-old veteran is like a faded film set – unashamedly romantic and defiantly, almost theatrically French. It’s always… more »
Dabbous is a gastronomic game-changer and the current embodiment of new-wave dining in the capital. In place of ostentatious, highfalutin antics… more »
Effortlessly smooth service sets the tone at ‘simply magical’ Clos Maggiore – an enduring favourite famed for its seductively intimate… more »
Like its siblings Salt Yard and Dehesa, this converted theatreland boozer has seduced readers with its ‘interesting' tapas and perfectly pitched… more »
A perfect pit stop for pre- or post-theatre, Sheekey’s Oyster Bar has become just as popular as its senior sibling next door, so follow our advice… more »
Grimy Earls Court Road isn’t the most obvious choice for a refined Gallic brasserie, but veteran restaurateur Eric Garnier’s upbeat venue… more »
The audacious, conspicuous luxury of Sketch’s Lecture Room & Library is something to behold, with the rich golden glow, extravagant lustre… more »
If Jason Atherton’s super-cool uptown flagship were a rock band, it would already have been inducted into the hall of fame. ‘Special things… more »
It’s hard to imagine a more enchanting site for a restaurant than The Belvedere, with its rose gardens, lawns, fountains and peacocks, plus… more »
Hidden in an alley off busy Knightsbridge, this modest little place is the French restaurant of your dreams. Step inside and it’s a world… more »
Nobu Berkeley St was once the celebrity canteen of choice, and most nights there’s still a jostle of predatory paparazzi outside, even if the… more »
There’s something "deeply soothing" and reassuringly familiar about Le Gavroche: diners come here to revel in fine food, luxurious comfort and… more »
‘It’s the most wonderful “high camp” dining room’, observes one reader wallowing in The Ritz’s florid excesses. With frescoed… more »
Long before the possibilities at The Shard stole its thunder, the sky lounge on the 28th floor of the Hilton was dazzling drinkers with its… more »
Once you’ve taken the glass lift to the 40th floor of the Heron Tower, head through Duck & Waffle’s funky bar to reach this lofty restaurant… more »
There are plenty of restaurants in London in which to enjoy a romantic meal for two, but if you want to dine in the crème de la crème of London’s romantic dining rooms, Square Meal’s helpful guide to London’s most romantic restaurants will ensure a successful meal. It may not be Paris, but London can be a great city for romance and what better way to enjoy time with your loved one than with a wonderfully romantic meal. Whether it’s a first date, anniversary, birthday treat or Valentine’s Day dinner, you are certain to find a great restaurant with Square Meal.
Each and every romantic restaurant featured in Square Meal’s list of the top romantic restaurants in London has been carefully selected for its romantic style and ambience. If you can’t find what you are looking for here you might want to also take a look at Square Meal’s list of French restaurants in London; Italian restaurants in London, British restaurants in London and Thai restaurants in London where other romantic dining options may be found
Every one of the Romantic Restaurants in London featured in Square Meal’s list of London’s top Romantic Restaurants in London have been tried and tested by food critics and our own customers so check out the reviews and book a table online with Square Meal today. Each Square Meal listing features an independent review, as well as reviews from diners, together with unique special offers such as free drinks and discounts.